Intentional delays and breeches of law

Mr Edvin Martin
Commissioner of Police
Royal Grenada Police Force
Fort George
St George



No person is above the law.

There seems to be an accepted pattern of actions contrary to that which is expected of our police establishment. Actions, which, in my reasonable view, tantamount to treachery. I simply refuse to sit heedlessly and allow peace officers the false prerogative of aiding and abetting criminal activity when it is seemingly beneficially convenient.

On too many occasions our officers refuse law abiding citizens their right to justice;

– Citizens are refused their right to give statements at police stations,

– Citizens are told statements have been lost,

– Investigations are not being carried out by our officers,

– Our officers refuse to return correspondences, especially when the subject(s) of incriminatory reports are police officers, friends/family of officers and or other public servants.

These intentional delays and or breeches of law, I have concluded, are done for the purpose of ensuring that the three (3) month statue of limitation applies; resulting in the taxpayer being unable to be represented by state prosecutor and becoming frustrated to a point of assumed helplessness.

The citizen/victim must not and should not further suffer (mentally, physically and or financially) due to the negligence and malpractice of delinquents employed by the Royal Grenada Police Force.

Myself and other victims are prepared to meet at your office. I anticipate my relations of these unfortunate realities will be addressed speedily, especially given your expected obligations to our country.

“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” – Thomas Jefferson

Earl J. Maitland

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